Melbourne Team: First Thoughts The investigation into the attack on star striker Bailey Fritz was re-investigated during Thursday night’s defeat at Gilongham at the GMHBA Stadium.
At the start of the last quarter, they saw a 20-point deficit.
His team-mate Ed Langdon was in many places but not used by Fritz, at one point when AFL great Jason Dunstal Fritish decided to ignore another teammate a few weeks ago and ask for a specific goal.
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“It was a square in the middle to Ed Langdon and he chose to hit the dribble on his own,” Dunstal told Fox Foot after the game.
“It’s a bad thing because two weeks ago, Petrakan ran behind the ball with his hand and released it.
“He seems uneducated or uneducated or has not yet returned to the right path. Selfish approach If you want to be the best team around you. ”
Dunstal said it could be an example of a major problem for France at the time.
“It worries me. I think he said, ‘He’s got a goal,’ instead of saying, ‘What is my best choice?’
“Setting one up is as good as hitting one and missing out on a golden opportunity … you can’t go beyond that.”
France’s former team-mate Jordan Lewis agreed and said it was “worrying” that the decision was not to look for a better option.
“That ball, if you have a good side to share the ball with and you care about your teammates, he will at least see it,” he said.
“This is an example for me this year at games – and especially since we are talking about Melbourne tonight – where is the best option with someone in a better position considering where the goals are? . ”